Early life and education
Clavio was born on 2 November 1965. He was an active member of the editorial staff of their school's publication in elementary and high school. He graduated Bachelor of Arts in Journalism at the University of Santo Tomas.
After college, Clavio worked at DWIZ as a news writer; after a year he transferred to GMA Network's radio station, DZBB. In 1994, he was tapped to be a reporter on Brigada Siete with Louie Beltran and Jessica Soho.
In 1996, Clavio hosted Emergency, the late night news and public affairs program formerly hosted by Edu Manzano. That same year, he joined the network's early morning news and lifestyle program, Unang Hirit.
Awards and recognition
- Philippine AIDS-STD Media Awards, top prize given by the Department of Health for his report on Sarah Jane Salazar's STD case in 1995.
- Best Reportage of a Crisis, awarded by the Asian Broadcasting Union for his Abu Sayyaf coverage in 1995.
- Best Public Affairs Program on Radio, KBP Golden Dove Awards, for his program Dobol A sa Dobol B.
- Best Morning Show Host for Unang Hirit in 2001, 2002, and 2008.
- Broadcast Journalist of the Year 2006 awarded by the Rotary Club of Manila Media Awards in 2006.
- Arnold Clavio (Accessed last May 18, 2010)
- List of University of Santo Tomas people StateMaster.(Accessed last May 18, 2010)